Apple has released Mac touch, and software updates for iPhone, iPad, iPod, the close security gaps among others. Jailbreak Square will report the experience of installing this new firmware and what updates brought by this latest iOS series.
Apple has released software updates for its mobile devices and for its Mac computers on Tuesday night. For iPhone, iPad and iPod touch users, iOS 8.1.3 is ready for download. The installation file for the iPhone 6 Plus is 247 MB in size. This shows that it is not a major update as the changelog from Apple suggests that, and the company also added that this release is "bug fixes and improvements in stability and performance."
All data and settings are maintained
iOS 8.1.3 is available for all models of iPhone, iPad and iPod touch or all of the devices that are compatible with the first generation of iOS 8. Changes are not initially noticed after installing the new software. Also, all data and settings are preserved.
As usual this new software -- aside to bring improvements and bug-fixes -- it also comes with more securities stronghold to close loopholes that used by jailbreakers. So for jailbreakers you are highly recommended to keep yourself as far as possible for hitting the update button through your phone software update.
Apple has also reduced the size of the software, thus users with small storage should be happy hearing this.
Another things deserve to be noted is iOS 8.1.3 comes with bug-fixes relating to the applications like iMessage, Spotlight Search Apps, FaceTime and gesture control on iPhone, iPod Touch also iPad.
That means now FaceTime users will no longer experience problems when logging to the app, and also Spotlight displays no search results issue will not be found anymore. And gesture control for multi-tasking will work as expected.